3 Parks near Carthage, Missouri
Jun 2015 - $23.00
Great place to rest and relax. We stopped in for an overnight on the road and will return again when passing through. Located near the highway and is a small husband & wife ran RV park. The site we stayed at was very well shaded and near the pond and gazebo and laundry and showers and bathroom floors are that being upgraded. Washers $1.25 and dryers are $1, there are two of each. The park is very quiet and the best nights rest we've had on the road in a while. We will return if we are in the area again. - C1775
Oct 2013 - $20.00
O.K. park not to far from freeway, not much noise. Roads and sites are gravel with shade trees. Sites are large enough for 37 foot RV and toad. Power, water, and cell (AT&T) good. We would stay here again. - kmgulf
Sep 2013 - $19.00
This was an overnight stop for us on a westward swing. After reviewing other campgrounds in the area, we would choose this campsite again. The sites were level and large. The campground manager took me to look at several sites first and then led us to the place. Yes, the sites are gravel, but so what; it drains well in the rain. There are lots of trees, so it may be difficult if you rely on satellite for TV, but we found enough over the air stations from nearby Joplin. WiFi was free, though a bit slow. We used the restrooms and showers and found them clean and comfortable. They had the water on a softener, so it was very soft. It was also a bit on the salty side for taste, but had no bad smell or flavor. Downsides are: some sites are a bit tight to get into, but that is not bad as there are plenty of trees for shade. Interstate road noise is there in the background, though a small hill between the campground and interstate help blunt some of the sound. Finally, be warned, the approach from the north comes at you quickly. There is no Large sign by the road. We went south and turned around in a large lot (warning sign--no turns, but we did anyway) and got back fine. The park looks a bit run down, but I think is a work still in progress. As stated earlier, given other options, we would stay here again. - Too-wow
Jul 2015 - $28.00
We camped here 3 nights, friendly managers , gravel pull throughs, FHU, trees at every site, Picnic table on cement at every site, no pool, no train noise & no highway noise, nice rv park and big rig friendly, stores nearby , Roots Restaurant is great buffet style (great place to eat), Joplin Mo nearby, and Precious Moments Chapel near Carthage MO. Is a must see.
We camped here in a FW , and we will camp here again. - Vetl82
Jul 2015 - $32.00
Easy access to and in the park with our 40'+ RV. Pros: Level gravel sites, full hookups, and close to the highway but quiet at night. Cons: No pool, and as a prior reviewer posted, their pricing is a bit of a racket: it's not at all worth their standard $40 per night rate but they "find" a discount for everyone. We would not hesitate to stay here again but would probably try the other choice nearby if in the area again. - Snidely Whiplash
Jun 2015 - $32.00
This is a very quiet park. It was a stopover on our way to Kansas City, Mo. There is no pool. They do have cable but it wouldn't work in our motorhome & nobody could figure out why but the hostess tried very hard to find out why it wouldn't work. We were able to get satellite signal & over the air stations. They have free WiFi & it worked well. I would stay here again. - Connie's Co-Owner
Jul 2015 - $40.00
This is our 2nd time at Coachlight, we have family in Carthage and Joplin and the location is convenient, near I-44 & I-49, no road noise. Park is easy to enter & exit. Hook ups all work well, we ran 3 ACs on the 50 amp. Sites a re gravel, level, spacious enough for 4 slides and tow. We were in lower section, upper was full. Lower had no shade trees and Directv worked well. Upper section has beautiful shade trees and large area (not fenced) for pets. 3 wifi stations in park, so signal was great. Coachlight did repair work on our coach on last visit and we were very happy with work and how accommodating there were. - CupcakeRIA
Jul 2015 - $32.00
Friendly staff. Escorted to our site. We did not need help but he seemed willing to help if needed. They seem particular, which is probably why the campground is in such good shape.
About ¾ of the campground is sloped and the sites are terraced. They are mostly long pull-through sites, but many of them are narrow so that you would not have enough room to set up chairs, etc. under your awning. Less than half of these sites had a concrete patio. In this area there were large, mature trees providing shade.
The remaining ¼ of the campground, was a lower, flat area with no trees and flat sites. All of these sites were large and had cement patios.
Great Wi-Fi . Several boosters in campground. No extra charge.
We could not hear hardly any at all despite proximity to freeway.
Laundry room has 2 washers and 4 dryers with a long folding table.
Rules of note: No dog pens at sites. No clotheslines. You are free to wash your rig.
Nice for overnight and would be good for longer term if there was a reason to be in this area.
There were several longer term residents as evidenced by wooden stairs/decks, extra large propane bottles, etc. All were well kept. - jvkATX
Jun 2015 - $32.00
Great park hidden behind a RV dealership in a shaded finely manicured campground. Long & wide gravel sites with paved interior roads. Good Wi-Fi. Part of the park is unshaded, if satellite access is needed. Very friendly staff that were helpful and escorted us to our site. The best dog walk area I've ever seen in a campground. Only a mile or so off I-44 for easy off and on. - Roadrunner53